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    Training Videos are Ideal to Help New Employees Learn the DSI system

    DSI continues to add training videos so that clients can familiarize themselves with the DSI system. These are ideal for new hires or for clients who have recently begun using our software. As well, they are great for refreshing your memory about tasks that are done infrequently, such as inventory counts. Recently, we have developed these new videos: Ac...

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    Visit our Booth at Next Week’s Conferences

    We invite you to stop by and learn about the latest DSI services to help your dealership improve efficiency and profitability.  We’ll be attending these two conferences: The Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week in Las Vegas from Jan. 24-25. This is the largest gathering of North American independent heavy duty aftermarket leaders. Our booth is No. 122 NADA ATD i...

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    New Version of DataBridge Coming in January/February

    DSI will be introducing DataBridge 2.0, its browser-based system that allows clients to access their data anywhere, any time and from any device connected to the Internet. DataBridge 2.0 has been named Blaze because it generates reports quickly and efficiently. DataBridge is available as a free upgrade to DSI clients who are currently using Classic or Pro....

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    Follow Important Year-end Procedures

    DSI clients can keep their accountant happy by taking some vital steps at year end, says Debra Bourbon, Manager of Quality Assurance and Documentation. For payroll: Clients using the DSI system for payroll should contact support after running their last payroll of the year. DSI support will roll the payroll into the new year. This must be done prior to run...

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    Time to Update Servers to Enhance Security

    DSI clients who are using Windows 2003 or older Linux servers should consider updating their systems, says Charlie Stamp, Senior Network Administrator. In 2015, Microsoft stopped issuing security updates for Windows 2003 servers, which means that they are no longer protected from viruses, spyware, and other malicious software. In the commercial vehicle sec...

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